If you want to attract the best talent to your business, your employer brand needs to be on point. It’s as simple as that…
Even experienced interviewers make mistakes (I’ve certainly made a fair few).
Here are three of the most common – you may just recognise them…
We all make mistakes, that’s how we learn and grow. So this week, I’m sharing 3 of my most memorable blunders – and what they taught me about recruiting.
Interviews can be incredibly stressful for interviewees. So it’s your job to make them feel comfortable and calm, giving them a real opportunity to shine.
What’s a sure-fire way of irritating your job candidates and completely putting them off your job? Asking these annoying interview questions…
Do you know what “burnout” is? Could you spot the warning signs?
And most importantly, do you know how to prevent your employees burning out in the first place? Find out.
Ever heard the phrase “recruitment is a two-way street?”
Check out this blog post to find out how so many interviewers are still annoying interviewees.
Do you ever lie to your employees?
If the answer is yes, then chances are, you’re making them feel insecure, unloved and (probably) pretty p*ssed off.
This week, I’m on a mission.
And that mission is to banish certain buzzwords, cliches and cringeworthy language from the recruitment process.
Some recruiters fail to understand the value in keeping their job candidates happy.
That relationship really does matter. Why? Find out…